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Erlanger Lifeforce Operations Manager Charged In Alleged Murder Plot; Wife Found Text Messages To Another Woman

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An Erlanger Lifeforce special operations manager has been charged in an alleged murder plot.

Jerry McDonald, 49, was charged with solicitation of murder.

Police were initially advised that an off-duty officer was at 328 Cherokee Blvd. with someone who said their life was in danger. McDonald gave his address as 328 Cherokee Blvd.

The off-duty officer said she had viewed several text messages that led her to believe her life was in danger.

She said she had found McDonald passed out drunk that morning and she was using his cellphone to call in to his work to say he would not be there that afternoon. That is when she saw the text messages that police said were to another female, Vanessa Nelson, 39.

Police gave this transcript:

Vanessa: “Do I need to kill her?”

Jerry: “Please kill her, babe, please. I’m begging you.”

Vanessa: “Tell me what she is doing.”

Jerry: “I need you.”

Vanessa: “I need you more.”

Segment 2

Jerry: “This b—- is worth a million. I’m saying we kill her and I collect a million and we live like the kings and queens we are.

Vanessa: I do BC it bothers me.

Vanessa: “So she has a million in life insurance.”

Jerry: “Then let’s kill her.”

Segment 3

Jerry: “There’s over a million in her dad’s safe. I’m saying I won’t get caught.”

Vanessa: “Stealing it/”

Jerry: “Whatever babe.”

Vanessa: “We aren’t criminals.”

Jerry: “OK babe.”

Vanessa: And we don’t care about money. At least I don’t.”

Jerry: “I don’t either but I’m saying we have a way if we choose to. I’m not even joking. All I want is you babe. That’s all I care about.”

The woman who found the text messages told police she had been married to McDonald for the past two years but had known him for 20 years. 

She said in all the time she had known him she had never heard him even joke about the type of material that was in the text messages.

She said she feared for her life and was unsure what McDonald was capable of.

A detective said, “Upon looking at the messages I found Mr. McDonald’s requests to Ms. Nelson to kill Victim 1. I further found that Mr. McDonald states what financial benefits the two of them would get if Victim 1 was killed.”

Erlanger Lifeforce has removed information about McDonald from its website.

 

 

 

 

 

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Disney+ Superhero Series Extraordinary Reveals New Cast Members

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Disney+ has announced the primary cast for their upcoming non-Marvel superhero show Extraordinary, which centers on a young woman who is the only person on Earth with no superpowers. The cast will be headed up by Máiréad Tyers, who is set to star in Thor director Kenneth Branagh’s upcoming film Belfast. She will star in the eight-part series alongside Poldark’s Sofia Oxenham and Derry Girls’ Siobhán McSweeney. Per the official synopsis, Tyers stars as Jen, “a young, painfully self-aware woman who lives in a world where everyone has a superpower except her.”

Per Deadline, who first reported the casting, Extraordinary is one of the first UK originals for Disney+, announced along with The Ballad of Renegade Nell and Wedding Season

Siobhán McSweeney, who plays Sister Michael on Channel 4’s Derry Girls, is Jen’s mother, and Oxenham will play Jen’s best friend. Other stars already cast for the project include Bilal Hasna, Luke Rollason, Safia Oakley-Green, and Robbie Gee. The series is written by debut writer Emma Moran and is currently in production, filming around London.

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The Sandman release date confirmed for 2022

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Neil Gaiman’s The Sandman is a beloved modern classic. The comic book series–centered on Morpheus, the Dream King, and his quest to reclaim his power after being imprisoned–is getting its own Netflix adaptation.

The streamer has been the home of more than one high profile fantasy over the last few years. In 2019, The Witcher snagged mainstream pop culture’s attention and is set to do so again with its second season on Dec. 17. Earlier this year, Shadow and Bone took the top fantasy spot on Netflix, and it looks like The Sandman will do the same in 2022.

On Tuesday, Nov. 30, Netflix Geeked announced more than a handful of upcoming titles for subscribers to expect next year.

Sandwiched in-between Resident Evil and Stranger Things season 4 was The Sandman. So, it won’t be too much longer before fans can binge watch the 11 episode season which will cover storylines from the first two volumes of the comic book series, Preludes and Nocturnes and The Doll’s House, according to Rotten Tomatoes.

Here’s when the series could land on Netflix.

The Sandman release date predictions

What’s on Netflix reports that filming wrapped on The Sandman in July. As such we’re likely see the series launch its freshman run in either the spring or early summer 2022. We’ll keep you posted on more release date news as it comes in.

For information on The Sandman cast, including their character descriptions, click through to the next page for a rundown of who will make an appearance in season one.

Wondering if a new season of your favorite genre series is coming to Netflix in 2022? Check out the full list of announced Netflix originals hitting the platform next year including Mike Flanagan’s upcoming series, The Midnight Club, and the third season of Umbrella Academy!

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